Remember when you were a child, and you thought you could do anything? Whether that was learning to walk, climb a tree or become president, chances are you were bursting with optimism about what you could accomplish. You expected great things.
But now, as an adult, has some of that optimism vanished? It’s easy to find ourselves lowering our expectations, especially during a pandemic and the lead-up to a contentious election. How can we see the glass half full when we keep getting pummeled with stressful and depressing news?
Even so, today, I want to encourage you to expect great things, just like you did when you were little. When we have faith in our future, things start working out in different, unexpected, and even exciting ways. Trust me on this!
Not sure how to start looking on the bright side? In this week’s episode of the Everyday Happy Show podcast, I share my own experience on how to expect great things, even when life is throwing you curveballs.
Plus, I share an exercise that’ll help you shift your perspective in just a few minutes!
And if you haven’t already, check out our earlier episodes — we think you’ll find something that speaks to you. 🙂
If you’re in the mood to … let go of fear, judgment, and other people’s opinions, and live a life that’s truly for you, listen here to Episode 1.
If you’re in the mood to … create a happy, easygoing life, with practical tips you can start using right away to find more joy and goodness in your days, listen here to Episode 2.
If you’re in the mood to … finally reach your goals, pursue your passions, and get unstuck, listen here to Episode 3.
If you’re in the mood to … feel more joy in just five minutes, release worry, and trust the process, listen here to Episode 4.
One last quick thank you for your enthusiasm and support of our new EveryDay Happy Show podcast! If you like what you’re hearing, (and we hope you do!), we’d love it if you could leave us 5-stars and share the show with your friends.
Emily and the Savvy Team
P.S. Expect great things.
Quote du jour
“Don’t be pushed around by the fears in your mind. Be led by the dreams in your heart.”
― Roy T. Bennett
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